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Mamemo Digital Notepad – the Post-It Note goes digital, waves goodbye to paper with a tear


This Mamemo Digital Notepad is a digital version of the handy paper based Post-It Note product. Instead of ripping off a bit of yellow sticky, you just scribble in your note and store it in the memory. Of course, unlike a Post-It, you can’t slap this up on the fridge door, or paste it over tonight’s recipe, but then again it does have an alarm and will store up to 99 notes, and won’t result in the loss of any more trees. Bargain! $99.00.

 The Mamemo Desktop Memo Pad from King Jim is a handy digital device that keeps all your notes in one place. When you need something to write on, simply pick up the stylus and scribble down your thoughts. Unlike paper notes, which can get lost as documents pile up on your desk, notes made on the electronic pad are easily retrievable from its memory.


  • SNL did a commercial for "Macintosh Post-It Notes in 1993. They looked better than this (of course, it was Macintosh), but probably functioned the same.

  • oooookay. i cant see this catching on.
    post it notes have more use than just using it as a quick pad. its the movability of the note which makes it what it is …
    … and heres me talking about post it notes :|

  • put a magnet on the back…sure as hell sticks to the fridge then…lol

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